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the really, the leading scholar on pat nixon, who is, by the way, born 100 years ago this year. marry brennan, who did much of the research here for her book is the chair of the department of history at the university of texas in san marcos. her specialty is post world war ii conservative movements, and she hoose twroin date three different books. those being "turning right at the '60s conservative capture of the g.o.p." with the wise mothers and the -- "conservative women and the crusade against communism" and the book we love around here pat nixon "embattled first lady." her work is an outstanding work, and -- i would like do you help me welcome her out to the stage to talk about her work. mary brennan. [applause] >> thank you, paul. it is such a great honor to be back here at the nixon library. as paul said, i did much of my research here. i feel very close to all of the people here. they were so helpful to me in learning what i did about pat. i would like that begin with a story. one evening in 1954, as a nix sob exited a dinner which president eisenhower was going speak they came across
>> in her book, "pat nixon," mary brennan discusses her use of mrs. nixon's recently reduced private documents. this is just over 15 minutes. >> welcome to the richard nixon presidential library and museum. my name is paul wormser and i'm acting director of the library. i appreciate all of you coming to one of our continuing author top presentations. today we are very fortunate to have really the leading scholar on pat nixon, who was by the way born 100 years ago this year. mary brennan, who did much of her research year for her book is the chair of the department of history at the university of texas in san marcos. her specialty is post-world war ii conservative movement and she has written to date three different books. there's been turning right at the 16th conservator capture of the gop, wise mothers and the red minute, conservative with them after women in the crusade against communism. in the book we loved most, "pat nixon: embattled first lady." her book is an outstanding work and i look forward -- i would like you to help me welcome her out onto the stage to talk about her wo
on pat nixon who 100 years ago this year. mary brennan, who did much of the research year is the chair of the department of history at the university of texas. her specialty is post-world war ii conservative movement to debate three different books. turning right in the 60s conservator capture of the gop, weiss and others, conservative women in the crusade against communism and of course the book with a bus around here which is "pat nixon: embattled first lady." her book is an outstanding work and i would like to help me welcome her out onto the stage to talk about her work. [applause] thank you, paul. it's such a great honor to be back at the nixon library. i did much of my research year and i feel very close to all of the people here because they were so helpful to me in learning but i did about pat. i'd like to begin with the story. one evening in 1954 at the next exited the dinner was president eisenhower's who's going to speak. an indian woman sitting on the bench at the banquet hall. when he said no to continue down the stairs. halfway down the amount of the woman with the woman
book, "pat nixon", mary brennan discusses the use of mrs. nixon's private documents. this is just over 60 minutes. >> welcome. i'm the acting director of the library and i appreciate all of you coming to our continuing author copies and patience. today, we are very fortunate to have the leading scholar on pat nixon was 100 years ago this year. mary brennan, who did much of her research here for her book is the chair of the department at the university of texas in san marcos. her specialty is post-world war ii conservative movements and she has written to date three different books. conservative women and the crusade against communism and book that we love most is pat nixon, the embattled first lady. her book is an outstanding work and i look forward and would like you to help me welcome her to talk about her work. mary brennan. [applause] >> ain't you, paul, it is such an honor to be back here at the nixon library. as paul said, i get a lot of my research here and i feel very close to all of the people here. they were so helpful to me in learning what i did about pat nixon. i would lik
and a garden, and that's enough, see. except that pat didn't like that kind of biblical con-- you know. and she said, "don't use adam and eve and creation. just say, 'you and me.'" and i liked that very much. i almost got that, didn't i, pat? passlof: yes. i can see just what i can do, and i could almost see the right thing to do. it wouldn't take much to get this started, huh? but, you know, i did this all in a couple of hours. the first five minutes is the best. [ laughing ] after that, you're in trouble. what am i going to do with these paintings? i have to think of something that will give me a start. i don't like the size of the figures. it's the wrong size. passlof: well, it's easy to cut them down. mm-mmm. i thought i could manage this size, and i now i see -- they are much larger than you usually do. yeah. and this, of course, is ridiculous. and that's ridiculous. absolutely ridiculous. the painting at the end? yeah i mean, it's... just aogance. just arrogance, thinking anything i do is fine. just arrogance. actually, behind that red figure, towards the right, you can see a little yello
, and it might have struck him vu because five days before the election forgive pat caddell if it looks like a great 70's period with the long lines affecting jimmy carter. could it come back do bite this president? >>pat: it is a question of how were time. there probably is nothing that starts shortening temperatures more than not having electricity and waiting for hours for gasoline and when you cannot get gas for the generators or cars, all this camaraderie, people are human beings and it frays. i believe it is a question of enough time. the president came to new jersey yesterday and said, everything will be fine. that is how people want to believe. now he campaigning. by sunday or monday i would get there are people going, it is not fine. it is not fine. he is out campaigning, i have that gas, why isn't he there? people do caught in want to stay in line. >>shepard: in the states that it is happening they are safe blue states. but how does everyone else feel? >>pat: when they hear the people because they see them on tv saying, why isn't here...the natural thing is, wait i thought he was g
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. what is going on? >>pat: it is tighter than a at this time or in the margin of "corruption." >>neil: where you can buy that vote. >>pat: looking at chaos, a lot of votes being cast, but right new obama has the bump at the end of the week whether it was the normal incumbent bump or with the storm or not, and, now, the last 24 hours you start sighing it moving to romney and reflected in the crowds. i think we are tight. we might be in for what we saw in 1976, the challenger suddenly the race is tied and the last minute deciders are saying do i want to keep incumbent. we see plays in pennsylvania --. gerald ford on saturday was a point ahead and on sunday and monday carter would i worked for we started moving and we ended up with winning 297 electorals and another day it would have been over 330. >>neil: and then four years later and it was a huge, huge shift in the last 48 to 72 hours. how do we know that might not be happening here? >>pat: i don't think -- nothing that big because carter had lower ratings than obama but it is a question of the bump. you tell me the party preference t
state are still unsettled. >>> good afternoon. i'm pat lawson muse. >> and i'm jim handly. we have live team coverage of this historic election in just a moment. but first we begin with the weather today, folks. right now we're tracking a strong coastal storm. >> it's making its way across the mid-atlantic at this hour and it could mean snow for some of us. let's go over to veronica johnson. >> yes, still a strong coastal storm. as i said yesterday, the storm system more off the coast and still trying to overcome a lot of dry air. so this is how our day has looked pretty much with really precipitation falling throughout. just got off the phone with a friend of mine up in essex, maryland, areas northeast baltimore, where there's been a few drops of rain falling there. let's take me up to philadelphia, pennsylvania, where they've had flakes of snow. in fact, bigger flakes. you can see covering the camera lens. you can see the traffic down below. philadelphia, pennsylvania, from this coastal storm, one of the areas that's expecting some of the higherccumulating snowfalls. trenton, new jers
, and as pat said, eleanor said, this is a bipartisan moment when people are trying to have government work. >> how long will it last? the rebuilding, i mean. two years? >> it will last years, years. >> will that make this relationship a little bit more, sobering? >> you are assuming, of course, that in that question that president obama will be the president as we go forward. if he is, i'm sure it will continue, and if he isn't, i'm sure president romney will be doing. >> what do you think about the announcement of the mayor of new york? >> that was, i have to say that was a stunning announcement. >> what did he announcement? >> he basically announced, he went through, he had a lot of criticism from both governor romney and president obama, and basically he said president obama was not somebody who has shown the bipartisan efforts that he hoped for, but in this particular occasion, for a particular reason, namely his awareness and concern for global warming, he said i'm going to support -- >> he gave his backing to president obama as opposed to romney. >> and that surprised a lot of people
in prison in convicted. a fellow deputy patted his shoulder as he left the courtroom. >> could be transported to another county. they may have been in and out of the courtroom, they may have had prisoners in custody or interacted with the judge in some way. >> please don't bother him. we did don't have any comment right now. he will prove his innocence in court. >> reporter: the seven-year veteran is currently suspended without pay from the sheriff's department. >>> police are looking for witnesses to a fatal crash that killed a teenage girl who was out riding a bicycle. she was hit by a car this morning. paramedics say she was treated for major injuries at the scene, and died after being transported to stanford hospital. the driver involved in the collision remained at the scene, and is cooperating with police. anyone who witnessed that collision is urged to call authorities. >>> a judge continued a court hearing for a 14-year-old boy who is charged as an adult with kidnapping and sexually assaulting a 65-year-old woman. police say he abducted the woman from a shopping center
for burst. you look to be in a separate world? >>guest: they are patting each other on the back. i have people on staten i'll, new jersey, on long island, my son if law's house, washed away. people living with no houses and people in staten island, crying with no water. be real. these people need help. we should mobilize our police department. get them over to staten island. there are only cops and firemen, maybe that is the problem. my problem is i am getting the calls each day, people are crying, why isn't anyone doing anything in now we don't care about that, we are going to have a marathon on sunday? something is wrong with somebody. this is ridiculous. guys who are retired say they call the special number and they are as the parade route on sunday for crowd control. they want to help people. you ought to find more bodies in the houses, with freeport and the rockaways. people are patting themselves on the back what a great job --. >>neil: i would say patting on the back when the job is done. staten island is getting the attention because the long forgotten borrowing deserves attenti
be from ann coulter? [chuckles] >> i don't think republicans are that stupid, although pat caddell is always calling us the stupid party. running as democrat-lite is not going to work. i will give-- >>> what if he goes along with simpson-bowles for the good of the country because we are headed to tax-magedon. >> simpson-bowles would be better than anything obama can come up with. we may not like it. >> sean: they always say there will be tax reform. all tax reform is sneaky way of raising taxes. that's what it will be. >> which produces less revenue to the government. no, republicans in congress, look, they have to hold the line, not give the store away. what they should remember is, what we are probably looking at in 2014 because the economy's not getting better. the unemployment rate is not getting better. our enemies are emboldened. the other thing, obama did after the election -- one year in jail for the american film-maker who made the video, they are blaming libya attack on. >> sean: we are going to continue to follow it tonight. the media, that's one of the -- we are going t
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? >>> good afternoon, i'm pat lawson muse. >> i'm jim handly. new developments today involving this scandal around cia director petraeus. >> there is new information about the affair that ended the retired general's career at the cia. and there are growing questions about how and when the president and top congressional leaders were notified about the unfolding scandal. danielle lee has the latest. >> reporter: lawmakers are criticizing the fbi for initially keeping secret, an investigation that led to the downfall of former cia director david petraeus. >> to have someone out there in such a sensitive position, who the fbi thought perhaps could have been compromised or under the scope of an fbi investigation who may or may not have been having an afarp at the time, that had to have been brought to the president, or certainly to the security council. >> reporter: government officials say the investigation started out months ago with the potential case of cyber harassment. jill kelly, a friend of petraeus, said she was receiving anonymous threatening e-mails. the fbi traced it to paula broadw
there are 166 terrorist being held at guantanamo bay. >>> a girl who was humiliated in a airport pat down, now congress is asking questions, why they heard no answers today. >> tomorrow's commute and the next storm that i was talking about that comes this week. week-- that comes this weekend. >>> congress is investigating a airport screening accident. a 17-year-old girl ended up partially nude during a pat down. why there were plenty of questions today but no answers. >> reporter: she was 17 and traveling with a youth group from a christian school and wearing a sun dress. during a pat down the dress slip, her breast exposed and she was the niece of a congressman. at a hearing today he wanted to know how -- >> a tsa who can't look at a 17- year-old girl in a sun dress and say she doesn't pose a risk without subjecting the public and a young lady to this. >> reporter: the tsa couldn't answer. because he didn't show. the tsa snubbed the investigation of security and pat downs today. a spokes men says they don't believe they have the jurisdiction. so most of those who showed up represent the air t
disaster. >> it is not a disaster. they have to reach out to nonwhites. >> since, see pat get the picture. 15 years. >> it has taken that long. >> why did black votes vote 9-1 against hillary clinton in mississippi? >> they supported her overwhelmingly initially. >> remember when black folks supported hillary 2-1 over obama? remember that? that went out the window. >> not just because of race, otherwise, they would be how soon i forget, the pizza man. how soon i forget. >> herman cain. >> he got 1.6 million fewer african-american votes than he got in 2008. >> because there has been a little bit of disappointment. i would say about that much. >> turnout is smaller john. >> what did they want him to do that he didn't do? >> he hasn't done anything specifically targeting the black community. because the administration is slow to punish it that way. obamacare and right down the line disproportionately helped low income folks, including black folks. >> all groups was down. romney this election was minus 10 million or something from the >>> issue two. common ground. >> mr. president, this is yo
'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. jared lee loughner wounded 13 others in that attack of 2011, including former congressman gabrielle giffords. >> keith russell joins us live from the newsroom for the emotionalinute when they came face to face today. >> chances are we'll never know where he killed the victims. it's a chance for them to close the door on the ugly chapter. loughnau seven life terms, one for each of the six people he killed. outside that safeway in tucson, arizona. one for the attempted assassination of former congresswoman gabrielle giffords. giffords was among the victims who had a chance to see loughner face to face. he did not speak in court today. she didn't speak. but her husband, mark kelly, did. telling loughner, you tried to create for all of us a world as dark and evil as your own. but know this, and remember it always, you failed. arizona congressman ron barber, who won giffords' seat in congress after that shooting, also had a message for loughner at a press conference just moments ago. >> i hope that these long years of incarceration that you face wi
afternoon, i'm pat lawson muse. >> i'm jim handly. >>> a school bus flips in maryland today. this is the view now from chopper 4 of a montgomery school bus. this crash happened around 1:30 this afternoon right here on maryland route 97 near rolling hills drive. police tell us a car clipped the bus, causing it to flip onto its side. one student was on board at the time and was not hurt. both drivers suffered minor injuries. there's no word on which driver was at fault. >>> the ntsb has arrived at the scene of a tragedy in texas. last night a freight train slammed into a parade float carrying wounded veterans and their families. four men who served our country were killed in that crash. nbc's jay gray is live now in midland, texas, where some service members rushed to help save lives just seconds after the impact. jay? >> reporter: yeah, jim, you're right, heroes here. it began as a celebration to honor our nation's heroes but in a matter of minutes at the intersection behind me, it shifted to chaos. now it's giving way to a weekend of mourning here. it stood almost like a mem
of election day. we'll find out. hello, everybody. i'm jim adelaide. >> i'm pat lawson hughes. >>> the death toll, 49 killed in new york alone. >> there and along the eastern seaboard storm-ravaged areas are still waiting for relief today. jay gray is live in atlantic city with a look at the recovery now. jay? >> reporter: hey there, jim and pat. that relief's going to be a long time coming though we are getting a patch of sun in atlantic city. we want to get a look as they start the recovery. people coming down to get a picture of what's gone. they've never seen this area like this before. you can see the rubble piled up here. we've seen dozers working throughout the day. that's going to continue. as you come back across and work your way down across the beach we'll be able to show you that boardwalk that was here for so long. this is repair that's going to take -- i think people are starting to understand, getting over the shock of what sandy left behind and understanding that the recovery here is going to be difficult and not going to be weeks but months if not more than a year. there is
, everyone, i'm jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. 37 in new york city alone, more than 4 million people are still without power. and countless more hours of cleanup are still ahead for many. >> as the recovery ramps up right now, jay gray has more on the potential bad news in the forecast. >> reporter: where the damage is so intense, so far reaching, it can be hard to figure out how to even start to come back. >> you see their whole livelihoods crash into the ocean. it's devastating. >> reporter: in many areas, crews are moving the mess that sandy left behind. but in some of the hardest hit communities, like seaside heights, new jersey, there are no recovery teams or residents yet, and frustrations are building. >> why safe there and nowhere else? talk to the rest of the homeowners. >> the gas mains we're scared of. >> i don't care about a house, i care about your lives. >> reporter: lives, that like the atlantic coast have been battered and torn apart. >> no electricity, no heat, no hot water. we need more help. >> reporter: supplies and support are pouring in, water by the truckloads,
to the children of illegal immigrants. we are joined by delegate pat mcdonough behind the petition effort to put the law to a vote. and delegate sandy rosenberg a supporter of the maryland dream act. we're going to start though with the wording of the referendum. question four, establishes that individuals including undocumented immigrants are eligible to pay in-state tuition rates at community colleges in maryland provided the student meets certain conditions relating to attendance and graduation from a maryland high school, filing of income taxes, intent to apply for permanent residency and registration with a selective service system if required. make such students eligible to pay in state tuition rates at a four year public college or university if the student has first completed 60 credit hours or graduated from a community college in maryland. provides that students qualifying for in-state tuition rates by this method will not be counted as in-state students for purposes of counting undergraduate enrollment. and extends the time in which honorably discharged veterans may qualify for in-sta
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his post citing an extra marital affair. good afternoon, i'm pat lawson muse. >> and i'm jim handily. we begin with that breaking news right now. keith joins us with the latest developments on this widely respected public figure. >> unacceptable. that's how david petraeus described his behavior to the letter sent out at the workforce at the cia. he met with president obama yesterday to see if he would accept his eresignation a director. he showed extremely poor judgment by engaging in that affair. him and his wife were together 37 years and he said that type of behavior is unacceptable as a husband and a leader of the cia. he's held the position of director since congress confirmed him last september, prior to that he led u.s. forces in both iraq and afghanistan. petraeus said the president accepted his resignation this afternoon. the president issued a statement a short time ago that read "i am completely confident that the cia will continue to thrive and carry out its position. going forward my thoughts and prayers are with dave and holly petraeus who has done so much to he
a case of campaign fatigue. i'm pat collins. i'll have the story coming up on news4. don't touch that dial. >>> tonight there are new details about the teenager arrested in connection with two violent attacks in the district. last month a woman in northeast was stabbed and left for dead. days later a student at howard university was allegedly raped in her dorm room. darcy spencer has more on the suspect who police say was able to get into buildings that were supposed to be secure. >> reporter: a teenage sexual assault suspect told detectives he did not rape a 19-year-old howard university student in her dorm room last friday. he said the sex was consensual. he admitted to detectives that he forced his way into another woman's apartment on rhode island row in northeast d.c. and stabbed her after she resisted. he asked detectives if she was dead, saying, i didn't mean to kill anyone. i was just going to take what she had. documents show the suspect wrote down his first name and cell phone number on a piece of paper inside the howard dorm room. he gave it to his victim after alleged
these at the supermarket. news 4's pat collins takes a look at the rush on twinkies in our area, next. >>> just in time for a black friday shopping madness there is a battle brewing between walmart and its employees. walmart has filed an unfair labor practice charge against the united food and commercial workers international union. for the last six months workers have protested outside walmart stores across the country but employees at some stores say they'll strike on black friday, the busiest shopping day of the year. walmart says it's trying to keep the union from hurting customer service. >>> it appears to be the end of an era for hostess and all of its famous treats. the company moved yesterday to liquidate and layoff all 18,000 of its employees and its ceo says there is no one waiting in the wings to buy the company. news 4's pat collins has more on how the news got quite a strong reaction from people in the d.c. area. >> reporter: i remember as a boy the old wonder bread bakery. it was nearby griffith stadium where the senators played and when you could smell that bread baking, you knew it was
jim handly. >> i'm pat lawson muse. the brother of actress mia farrow is being held on an $800,000 bond. police in anne arundel county arrested john charles villiers-farrow today. they say two men came forward in august saying he sexually abused them when they were just 9 years old. the allegations refer to a time period between 2000 and 2008. derrick ward is following this story this afternoon and will have the latest developments tonight on news4 at 5:00. >>> unprecedented penalty, bp has agreed to pay a record u.s. fine for the massive oil spill down in the gulf of mexico in a settlement with the justice department. they'll pay $4.5 billion and plead guilty to 14 criminal charges. the government also charged two top bp officers with manslaughter in connection with the 11 people who died onboard the deep water horizon two years ago. jay gray explains why bp could still face more charges. >> reporter: the oil spread for miles after the collapse of the deepwater horizon well, choking away wildlife and crippling communities all along the gulf coast. and today, more than two year
, patting themselves on the back, every press conference would begin i'd like to thank the honorable et cetera, et cetera, and get into it. but argue before you pat yourself on the back you might take note of the constituents you serve who would sooner kick you in the rump because they're not getting the great help you're celebrating. >> it's all an old boys network or boys club or girls club and the ordinary guy who just lost his boat or house on staten island cannot do anything for a top level bureaucrat, but another top level bureaucrat can. and i completely agree there's just a fundamental mismatch between a bureaucracy and a natural disaster. but i think maybe charlie and gerri give too much credit to state and local agencies and they're not supermen and superwomen either. i don't know what the solution is. >> and wouldn't you say-- >> but, obviously, obviously, plugging in giant cashes-- >> i would trust chris christie over these clowns. >> or the local or county sheriff. >> and some federal control an oversight from the state, but let the states handle it, chris christie is much
leboutillier, and pat caddell, and doug schoen, and, gentleman, i must say, you were all absolutely correct. you predicted the president would win re-election, and, indeed, he did. and in the details you were also quite right. what i want to start with, going through the pivotal moments that returned this election. pat, we will begin with you. >> i will let doug talk on his statement but i will talk about ryan, to take a candidate in the house of representatives which never worked out for a vice president, and run someone who carried the heavy burden of his plans on medicare with senior citizens, the republicans needed to win, we said on the show, i said, take rubio, make an effort of inclusion, take condoleeza rice, do not, do not take ryan who gives you nothing but makes your base happy. >>doug: i will focus on the conventions. bottom line, the republicans had a critical opening, an opportunity to define mitt romney's program, goals for the future, and plans. they didn't do it. they concentrated on his biography. on the democratic side, bill clinton. >>gregg: a reaction to the negative ad
, and within days, petraeus did. question, is there more to this affair than meets the eye? pat buchanan. >> i don't think there's a great deal more than what we already know, john. a lot of people are attacking the fbi for investigating those harassing e-mails running to the source but once the fbi did and they found out, a, that the cia director was having an illicit affair with this woman sending e-mails and that it was david petraeus, i think they had to follow up. they probably got the approval of mauler, the head of the fbi, to follow up. and when they did they're looking at documents that ms. broadwell has, and i think it really is a legitimate thing to follow up on for these reasons. petraeus, you had a potential scandal there that would blow him up and blow him out of his career, which it did. secondly, he's a potential target of blackmail if he's having an illicit afair. third, there's the potential that you're compromising security. fourth, with due regard to the general who has a magnificent sterling record, this was a juvenile act and an act of -- really that unrealism and follow
to face him. pat collins has this report. >> he asked me, do you want to die? and i said, no, he was like, okay, because i don't have that much to live for. >> reporter: we call will her valerie. we've concealed her face and her real identity. when you hear her story, you'll understands it why. i spoke to her at the hospital where she's still recovering. valerie's 24 years old. she has two master's degrees from carnegie. last summer she got an apartment here at rhode island row. she moved to d.c. to begin a consulting career. but what happened to her last friday has changed her life forever. it was about 2:00 in the afternoon. valerie was working from home. there was repeated knocking at her door. she opened it to see who it was. it was a man promising a party. he forced his way in. there was an attempted sexual assault and then an attempted murder. >> he started stabbing me and kicking my face in. and i was just fighting as best as i could, you know. i don't remember that much following that, but i know he was just stabbing me everywhere over and over again. >> reporter: the suspect phot
about officials of all stripes patting themselves on the back, it is little mystery why the constituents want to give them a swift kick in the rear including my next guest when she joined me last night on fox news, mary ann, a staten island resident. she has spoken to us about things the mayor and fema officials are not seeing or reporting. not graduation option. how are things looking now? >> neil, another day, things don't look any better than yesterday. finally, we see red cross but their located there, try and walk through the debris and everything in the streets, to get there. it is impossible. i believe the death toll, also is much higher than that. because i know for a fact, duncan hills micy cousin lives there and, the property there, no one has been there to site and they say listen to news and twitter and facebook. there is no electricity. >> when you say no one has been able to look at the properties. there are a lot of homes under water or homes that have been up lifted and moved, there is no way to get to them. and the feeling, i guess fema folks are saying the body count co
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